Here's something to be thankful for this year: a new Nuclear Delight just in time for the holidays! And it's colored! Wowee!
The store I work at started playing Christmas music before Halloween. Two days ago there was a big Christmas parade that went by the store, too. I could understand people who start thinking about Christmas come December, but it really needs to stop bleeding so heavily into the rest of the year.
Yesterday was the last day of break that all of my roommates were going to be home, so we got together and had a nice family meal which consisted of corn, potatoes, cranberries, and turkey sandwiches.
I'm hoping to get another comic up during my Thanksgiving break before I have to go back to classes on Monday. I also hope to play around more with coloring and figure out a way to do it that doesn't take such a ridiculously long amount of time.
The new site is in the designing phase, so that should come together eventually, too. In the meantime (I'm not sure if I've plugged this yet), you should click on this link right here
. I don't want to spoil the surprise, but it's a webcomic that is written and illustrated by my good personal friend, Dakotah Voet. It's called Mainbored and is about computers and stuff and it's good, so check it out.
Also, if you haven't seen it yet and also if I haven't mentioned it either, Nuclear Delight has an official Facebook page. If you're a fan of the comic, there are few better ways of displaying your support than joining and leaving some comments and such. Do it up
And since I'm so full of news and junk today, and since my colleague took the liberty of posting this on Facebook himself, here's a sneak peek of an upcoming project that Luke Gerrits and I are working on together, if you haven't seen it already. It's the product of about seven years of planning and ideas, and we're pretty sure that the world is ready to see it. Cheggitout